November 30th, 2012

WATCH: “What Are You Going to Do About Guido Fawkes?”


  1. 1
    Maqboul says:

    Hang him !


    • 5
      ex ah! monika says:

      They did.
      This is his reincarnation.


    • 35
      rocknrolla says:

      Everyone should read Steve Coogan’s article in the Guardian. Apart from confirming that he is a solid-gold twat he makes it totally plain that he simply hates people who read the Daily Mail and this is a big chance to hurt them.

      Everyone should also read a wonderful article in the Mail by Max Hastings who tears Leveson apart. There is even a bit in his report about future newspaper articles having to follow the “Equalities Act” and not discriminating against one group or another. Already in the Guardian extreme feminists see this as their chance to outlaw Page 3.

      This is one of those moments – a free press versus a state press. We must stand up for freedom.


    • 48
      Wank off says:

      Is that what you’re calling yourself now, B1lly/Kebab?


    • 84
      Anonymous says:

      Who is that rough looking man ? i cant be bothered to play the clip.


    • 100
      A Socialist says:

      What Are You Going to Do About Guido Fawkes?

      We’ll regulate the Internet then!

      Speech is only free if we agree with what you say.


      • 114
        Jedi Bakhurst says:

        Check out the new proposals for the launch of .uk instead of and all the new ways your website can go missing, regulation is coming by stealth.


      • 144
        Mark Skid says:

        You say it thinking that they won’t regulate the internet, but they can and they will. Germany literally imprisons thousands of people for ‘holocaust denial’ – mostly internet based – and China manages to keep the lid on its citizens internet activity too. Governments throughout history have found the way to keep their subjects is line is to punish recalcitrants and their families. They are not going to change a winning formula.


        • 186
          Poisoned Dwarf says:

          >Germany literally imprisons thousands of people for ‘holocaust denial’

          Kind of ironic as they used to imprison thousands for ‘Holocaust engagement’


    • 102
      nambawan pikinini bilong Misis kwin says:

      Save Guido – burn Leveson


    • 166
      Admiral Akbar says:

      Bum him. Within an inch of his life.


    • 173
      CoCo says:

      ha ha ha ha ha bearded twat


  2. 2
    Kebab Time says:

    Unless common purpose and there fellow socialist/Marxists bed fellow turn this into a one world state/government!


    • 193
      You try and tech 'em, what thanks do you get? None! exactly. Wish I hadn't bothered. says:

      That is not a sentence, 8illy.


  3. 3
    Tom Tomos says:

    Presumably, it will eventually come down to the Chinese solution – which is no solution at all.


    • 112
      Red Egg Millitit..... says:

      Thankfully they cannot control all media, the Hate Crime Police would be very busy indeed :)


  4. 4
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:


    It’s called personal free speach pal, as like talking over your garden fence. And irish ladies are the most worst terrible gossips, I have heard here just over the St George’s Channel from them, in West Wales.


    • 77
      Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

      What do you say Mrs Doyle? Now hang on, this is the measurement of everything we all should go against, relatively,

      NOT EXACTLY the message i was trying to put across, but that will do, Mrs Doyle… : ))))


    • 118
      His Lardship John Prescott says:

      What I couldn’t do with about 42 bangers right about now! And nineteen tubs of mash, long as I’m at it! Wouldn’t say no to some Stella to wash it all down neither!


      • 131
        The wise people up North says:

        Don’tacha mean you down with a Tracey, Prezza, or have you got another lass in tow? You’re all discombombulated now you aint been elected as chief of police! We did all larf!


      • 203
        humanlocustpickles says:

        Well Iam finally back ,and I would like to say John 42 bangers ,treble that and double that order on the mash.As regards the stella I think it would be more realistic if we had a wheely bin full and a couple of straws,I am promoting wheely bins dontchaknow


  5. 6
    Professor says:

    Well if Twatter twits have to answer to the law of the land, that ties him up also.


    • 11
      Maqboul says:

      Depends where they twitter from, dunnit?


    • 25
      Rt Hon Gordon Brown MP3 says:

      Assuming you can point to anything libellous on his blog? The twitter twits are being pursued for libel as individuals. What UK law will require a host to provide identities of its users wherever they may be based in the world? What law will any UK government pass that requires all social media and print anywhere in the world to obey uk press regulations or it is banned behind a uk hmg firewall? The Chinese solution isn’t much of a solution for a democracy.

      Gf doesn’t have to base in Ireland either. Could base in Hong Kong, Eritrea , Sudan, South Georgia if he likes. The laws in the Philippines wont be the same as those in the UK.

      Brian new this. That’s why he didn’t even bother wasting his time.


  6. 7
    ex ah! monika says:

    Twitter is already trending on Rolf Harris.


  7. 9
    Another economic unit says:

    Put him on the telly


  8. 12
    George Galloway says:

    When pub staff t shirts go wrong…..


  9. 14
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

    Never mind this knob, how did Charlotte do last night on QT? She can go far, in politics, I have heard.

    Bit of Charlotte there, talking political, sorry for the ads and no doubt diversion


  10. 16
    This blog is for sale says:

    The answer is

    Ignore Guido Fawkes

    The quality which exosted has gone

    He has sold out to the criminal red tops

    Isn’t worth the time of day


  11. 18
    Tom Watson says:

    It’s the popular press who don’t swallow our shit we want to destroy first,then Guido.


  12. 19
    Another economic unit says:


    • 34
      Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

      bollocks : )


      • 51
        Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

        Got a viz coffee mug with Roger saying,

        Must be worth some coin. Even still in it’s post office delivery box, from Newcastle like,

        Yes, that WAS wotsisname from Corry that ran a corner shop.


  13. 20
    Shameus McCameron says:

    “What Are You going To Do About Guido Fawkes?”He has a company based in Ireland

    Fuck All You Wee Shite !


    • 69
      lola says:

      But the question implies that ‘something needs to be done about GF’. That’s why this is all so evil.


      • 90
        Freedom Lover says:

        Yes. Very true, and the fellow and his cronies’ mindsets are therefore very scary.


        • 156
          Nick 'civil libertarian' Clegg says:

          We need pan European legislation, to combat the threat to our way of life, by internet freedom.
          It is intolerable that people can communicate with each other without even accessing our media filters.
          We must use the full weight of pan European law, to crush such dangerous behaviour.


          • Shameus McCameron says:

            Lib Dems + Britains 6th biggest party and falling

            Under Clegg they have lost more deposits than a tramp with dysentery


  14. 22
    What is Mossad up to says:


    I note your radio silence since the overwhelming UN recognition of Palestine,
    I see

    Have Mossad told you to lie low?


    • 159
      It's the Juice I tell you, the Juice! says:

      Tin foil hat a little tight and making your head hot again?


    • 188
      Anonymous says:

      Democracy? The UN? You’re the one that should follow the advice contained within the acronym of your moniker.


      • 205
        dutchy says:

        Perhaps we could get the Israeli’s to build a few new affordable homes here for the homeless and the dispossessed !!


  15. 28
    Nick Clegg says:

    That mood where you’re just like: Fuck the fuck off, you annoying fucking fucker.


  16. 29
    Broadsword calling Danny Boy says:

    The last time something had to be done about Guido Fawkes he was drawn, hung and quartered. I see no good reason to break with established tradition.


    • 36
      Bill Quango mp says:

      Tortured first. No orange jump suit , head under a tap either. They broke his teeth in his mouth with pliers. Tom Watson has volunteered to hold him down while Bryant goes to work on his gums.


  17. 39
    Edinburgh Dogshite says:

    Who are those hypocrites?


  18. 40
    Meanwhile says:

    Never mind Fawkes:

    The peadoes in the B B C
    Joyce (Ukip) Thacker
    Chris Hune
    Pillferers in the H o C
    etc etc.


  19. 42
    Anonymous says:

    One of the things charlotte church was whingeing about was that her mum found out her stepfather was having an affair from a newspaper, suddenly the only thing that matters is the newspaper !I think its called displacement activity. Seen in a lot of the celebs in this.


  20. 45
    Brown out and pay me damages says:

    Twitter will bring the internet into disrepute and state will be asked to intervene.


  21. 46
    ex ah! monika says:

    Michael Souter, ex-BBC Radio Norfolk man, accused of child sex crimes.

    It’s in their jeans!


  22. 53
    Fishy says:

    The real question is what are they going to do aout the BBC. It’s they that need regulating and it’s about time they found someone to do it.


  23. 55
    Chris Bryfronts says:

    I’ve got a gaping black hole.


  24. 60
    Mark Carney says:

    What do a coffin and a condom have in common?They’re both filled with stiffs – except one’s coming and one’s going.


    • 192
      Blowing Whistles says:

      Hope you’re a bit more intelligent and not one of them ‘I was taught to be cautious’ men – than the Gaff prone f-wit Irish Canadian Matthew Barrett who was a placeman figure [placed there for his …..well {insert insults here}] at the head of Baaaarclays for some years …?


  25. 61
    Tuscan Tony says:

    It doesn’t take a genius to spot that a locked down and castrated press would be the absolute motherlode of a traffic spike for Guido, Twitter et al If I was the proprietor of this blog I’d be backing Coogan.

    Expect to start hearing good things about Alan Partridge emanating from the FawkenBunker any minute now.


  26. 64
    The Elephant in the room says:

    On a wholly serious note: Search up what the ITU are up to with setting international relations to cover regulation of the internet – behind closed doors.

    One could argue that defining the publishing side as a press in the UK could protect us – Guido may not be able to avoid that development.


    • 194
      Blowing Whistles says:

      It’s a bunch of world wide ‘political’ placemen who are desperate to lock down the net – ‘cos the political placemens’ puppet-string pulling monied lobbyists – can’t hack “Freedom of Expression” any more – so much for the truth eh… But they have to sell it to the masses as a propagandised ‘pill that is good for you’ – while pointing at all them nasties out there telling the ‘truth’ …

      Their dirty hidden and as ever is the form “at arms length” plan is afoot …


  27. 66
    This will help peace won't it! says:

    Is*ael to build 3,000 new housing units in east Jerusalem and West Bank, Is*aeli news reports.


  28. 67
    I don't want share the same air as the edinburgh dogshite says:

    I think it would be virtually impossible to control the internet. It would have to be self regulation.


    • 70
      Gordon says:

      I’m learning to regualte myself arent I Nurse


    • 76
      White hat geek says:

      Actually would be relatively easy. IP logs at ISP give pretty good signal analysis for who was talking to who and when. Server logs generally tell you who said or read what and when. Speeding up the court process (perhaps by partially automating) could make enforcement simpler: Concept for Twitter – A twitter swear box of sorts – automatically deduct damages for libel from your credit card for example. Ultimately the internet is easy to control as the government can switch it off – try contacting Syria today.


      • 106
        Anon says:

        What about those file shareing thingies, I thought they were pretty anonomus?


        • 135
          Computer man says:

          If you are talking about ‘torrents’, no, not at all anonymous. As soon as you start downloading, you are being tracked by multiple other sites. Some of which are run by copyright holders, government bodies, etc.


        • 148
          Black hat geek says:

          Computer man is correct. For true anonymity you have to be very careful, or work for the security services.


          • Blowing Whistles says:

            On the other hand – be not fearful of implied fears and possible threats -the power lies with the masses en masse standing up against the wrongdoers – I don’t care if they track what I say / write – because if they raise their ugle heads they’re gonna have to contend with the evidence.

            Do not be fearful of those who are so desperate to make you cowed & craven to their evil intent.


      • 151
  29. 72
    Jimmy says:

    Surely Leveson was concerned with media outlets which are likely to be believed?


  30. 74
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

    Anyone fed up with QT, and the non-appearance of frontline coalition since they started their plastic regime in May 2010?


    • 78
      The Submersible Gideon Osborne says:

      I’ve been busy


    • 130
      Are Opinions Still Allowed? says:

      QT now on a par with Jonny Ross show I think, barrels and scrape come to mind. Perhaps it should become a Z celeb fest and JR should do the politics?

      Best laugh is when the audience questionner sits rabbitting on with his hand up…..


  31. 80
    Blowing Whistles says:

    A great and growing number of members of the public are starting to learn all about ‘libel & defamation’ – and how it spins out in the courts.

    When brave enough – one can say what they like about another party / person – “as long as you have the evidence to back you up” and the knowledge of how to not let dodgy lawyers – mislead you.

    Some Litigants in person are feared by the whole system – and their numbers are growing day by day.


    • 86
      Legal Eagle says:

      In law, and apology is usually seen as an admission of guilt or liability. Be warned.


      • 184
        Blowing Whistles says:

        So will Rupert be asking the Dowlers for his million quid back then?

        Humble moment My RSE – it was a pay off & an admission.


    • 116
      albacore says:

      But, take a dark gent whose parents weren’t married
      The truth ain’t gonna stop you getting harried
      If you twitter on like a proper dastard
      Calling said worthy person a something something


      • 202
        Nanny. says:

        Believing one,s own publicity can be pretty intoxifying,but also a false friend.Try rap,its more forgiving.


  32. 82
    Raving Loon says:

    Any news on the Bilderberg Group, Guido?


  33. 83
    Chloe Smith says:

    ‘Households and Businesses’


    • 98
      Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

      Promote export businesses pal – the foreign jonnies can get enough of us, they larve us pal. Just need some energy propah diverted like see.


  34. 89
    D.C. Mitt Romney says:

    A man aged in his 80s has been interviewed by detectives investigating the Jimmy Savile abuse scandal, Scotland Yard has said.
    The suspect, from Berkshire, was questioned after attending police premises in south London by appointment around noon on Thursday.
    Shortly after 5pm the force said that he had left the building.
    He is being treated as part of the investigation that does not directly relate to Savile, said the Metropolitan Police.
    The force also revealed that officers had searched an address in Berkshire on Saturday.
    Before Thursday, four arrests had been made as part of the national investigation into alleged sexual offences by Savile and others.
    Gary Glitter, comedian Freddie Starr, DJ Dave Lee Travis and a man in his 70s have been arrested and bailed as part of the probe.
    Scotland Yard is leading the inquiry and has said officers are currently dealing with around 450 potential victims, the vast majority of whom claim they fell prey to Savile.


  35. 95
    George Osborne says:

    I’ve got a new best friend called Neil and mum says I can play with him tomorrow.


    • 103
      Gordon McNutter says:

      I sometimes call myself Neil – and my botty feels like it wants someone to play with it.


    • 201
      Nanny. says:

      I would be very careful georgie porgie,he is called neil down and he has another friend called Ben dover but it is probably too late anyway,ah well…


  36. 101
    Joyce McTfhucker says:

    For me, authenticity is everything! That’s why I had my clit cut off, – and that’s why I can look any Muzzo man in the eye and truthfully say I won’t get any pleasure from his cock!

    And of course, that’s why I’m such a sour-faced bitch.

    But I am a living example of cultural diversity!


  37. 105
    Just thinkin says:


    ‘Inside Britain’s Armageddon houses: Meet the ‘preppers’ who are stockpiling food and weapons because they fear the world will end’

    Err..who will eat the food then?


  38. 111
    So-vile! says:

    A former BBC radio presenter has appeared in court accused of sexual offences against children.

    Michael Souter, 59, of Loddon, Norfolk, is charged with 18 offences against boys, as well as a charge each against a man and a woman.

    The charges, including serious sexual offences and indecent assault, relate to six boys, among them under-14s.


  39. 115
    Bill says:

    The problem with the state regulation the press is the state, would the MPs expenses be revealed.

    Steve Coogan dislikes the press for revealing things about him, but if had not done it then he would have been ok.

    Celebs cannot expect to be able to swan around one week promoting some faux image of themselves. In charlotte churchs case re her father, well i think at the time the image of a happy family was peddled when it was not true.


    • 120
      Red Egg Millitit..... says:

      These so called celebs all use the press for their own advantage yet scream and squeal when it bites back :)


      • 196
        Blowing Whistles says:

        The Celebs – bettter start learning the price for [not of] their fame. If you run with the pack then don’t ‘expect’ to be spared. Jeez – I’ll be saying ‘likewise’ too about politicians and celebrity legal types ‘n judges next.

        If the shoe fits wear it.


  40. 121

    Not quite 15 minutes Guido, but hey, EVERYONE’S attention span is decreasing nowadays!


  41. 122
    ex ah! monika says:

    Let’s all react to the Leveson Report.
    Ah! that’s better


  42. 123
    BBC's secret slips through! says:


    • 154
      Ziggy says:

      Life is full of surprises!!I Bet if she had said BNP she would have been shown the door!! Why should political persuasion have any bearing on a light entertainment show? Its a free country,we’re all in it together, ——-like f**k!


    • 172
      I don't nee d no doctor says:

      Then people like Dimbleby, Paxmam and Robinson should say what their political allegiance is.


  43. 126
    Old lady tears Bryfronts apart says:


  44. 128
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

    OK, I’ll tell you all establishment wot to do about Guido, make him PM. No? Ok, give him his own show on the beeb, C4 then. FIVE? Alright alright, if is is terribly desperate, it has to be Sky Arse I suppose, yes, that channel.

    Song for Guido, but I haven’t found it yet, let me look into my yooootooob bank for something suitable, that will stun – give me a mo….

    Any good? : )


    • 142
      Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

      Clue for gents, when she puts her arms up dancing, showing her armpits, your not the man for her. When they are down by her sides dancing with you, you are in pal, well in. Just a tip. : )


      • 157
        Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

        BUTTT! Doesn’t work for prozzies, so that is an extra quantity that should be put into the modern equation, I suppose, sadly. If you slightly know her from friends, distant or mear, that might abslove that issue, but try look for distant, to get gene variation for future healthy possibilities.

        Basically what that is all I am saying all, don’t have it off with your young cousin – send her on her way, well away from you.


        Had a hand in these lyrics and dragon stuff, but I don’t talk about it, stuff to Sweden from Wales/Cymru/Pays de Galles…


    • 143
      T*W*A*T (Total war against troughers) says:

      Crap! Moderate it out of existence at once!!


  45. 133
    Bill says:

    to improve the press make it easier for non celebs such as christopher jeffries and robert murat to sue the press as they have been wronly defamed.

    The celebs have good Pr agents and lawyers to protect them.


  46. 139
    T*W*A*T (Total war against troughers) says:

    If Mr Fawkes is such a fan of ‘free speech’ then why, slightly derogatory comments about the Tory Party and Elite, are regularly moderated?


    • 155
      The Fourth Estate says:

      Because this is not the Grauniad.


      • 197
        Blowing Whistles says:

        And don’t the fools out there need to fully understand who the other three Estates are comprised of? Politicians, Legals and police – hey! it’s the Communist state in many other guises – just sold to you as being democratic -innit just?


    • 199
      Viv asheus says:

      Because he is not ?


  47. 145
    This is what believing in medieval fairytales does to the human mind says:

    Turns people into mindless, violent savages. Geedo too believes in a magical sky daddy and the other fairytales of organised religion.


  48. 149
    Grant Shapps aka Michael Green says:

    This fit German bird’s just moved in next door, so I thought I’d introduce myself.

    I took a bottle of wine round, knocked on the door and introduced myself.

    “Come in mein Herr,” she greeted me.

    Fucking hell, with that kind of invite I should’ve taken a bottle of shampoo instead.


    • 167
      Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

      An Austrian moved into the flat to me, bumped into her in the carpark, sruggling with her groceries. Helped her, and said thanks, into her, Ahem!”, flat, with all these strange animals as orniments from the Alps. Asked her “what is that”, and she said ” a deer, in your language”, and she said, come see me later, and I will give you some apel strudel…

      Never ate so much apple tart in my life, before going to bed alone!

      Sigrid Sigrid Sigrid, neine neine neine, I couldn’t eat another bit of apel, and “fuck off” she said, or should I say “Verpiss dich dann”, she said. And I only wanted to get into her Austrian knickers, not stuffed full of apel pudding!

      Good winter song though, ey?


  49. 167
    Operation Crossbow says:

    By the way, any chance Guido Fawkes might like to ask WHAT HAPPENED TO THE REPORT INTO NEWSNIGHT?

    It was supposed to be published BEFORE the end of November.


  50. 170
    Shameus McCameron says:

    Guido ! What you gonna do when they come for yoooooo !


  51. 175
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

    ? we have two 160’s here. Server fuck up methinks.

    how about some men they souldn’t hang, a song about west wales, on roads used by farmers to get their livestock to market, unfairly taxed, labour friends?

    Any good torys? Clegg?


  52. 177
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

    wot were we talking about, sorry….


  53. 178
    Supply him with as many bangers as possible says:

    S’pose I will have to post a bit of Russian fron Kasikstan, or however you spell it, today these days launch pad or the space station, seen glowing bigger than a star in our western sky these days, non-Romney let alone US admitted,

    US need to grow up! Well, their Republicans actually. They are fucks, my people, said Obama (HONEST) : )


  54. 180
    Vote Early & Vote Often in Bolton says:

    Anyone remember the feature in Private Eye called something like ” Letter from the Supreme Leader” which took the piss out of McDoom and his bum boys. The state regulating the press will give us the equivalent of the hilariously misnamed “Pravda”. Sure the press can be arseholes and something needs to be done but the notion of the “State” getting its sticky paws on it fills me with terror.


  55. 182
    Buy him a box of bangers and a packet of sparklers says:

    What is the problem with Guido, all of a sudden?


  56. 183
    keredybretsa says:

    Of course he will be subject of a five million pound enquiry. The 3000 page report printed on toilet paper will at least prove itself useful and recyclable.


  57. 185
    Needaplumberperth says:

    Amazing how simple it can be to communicate with people and have them understand a certain topic, you made my day.

    Amazing how simple it can be to communicate with people and have them understand a certain topic, you made my day.


  58. 187
    Sally Daftcow says:

    Can I come?


  59. 204
    Kairdiff boy says:

    Why can’t once-upon-a-times like Charlotte Church just bog off? You get people like her everywhere in the music biz – has beens that still insist they’re in with a shout and do anything to court publicity. Her phone tappings only elicited thunderous yawns. Her greatest work work was at the tender age of 14 – seriously wtf has she done since?

    She does us Cardiffians no favours.


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